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Chris Apps - Chris Apps Reeds

In 1991 Apps founded his own reed-making business. Unable to learn reed-making from other pipers, he went to the Royal College of Music in London and learned to create bassoon reeds. He then modified the equipment for bassoon reeds to create bagpipe reeds. The modified equipment meant that he could create a reed composed of one part, rather than an assembly.

Universal Windows Platform apps - Universal apps

Apps developed to work intrinsically on smartphones, personal computers, video game consoles and HoloLens are called universal apps. This is accomplished by using the universal app API, first introduced in Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1. Visual Studio 2013 with Update 2 could be used to develop these apps. Windows 10 introduced Universal Windows Platform (UWP) 10 for developing universal apps. Apps that take advantage of this platform are developed with Visual Studio 2015 or later. Older Metro-style apps for Windows 8.1, Windows Phone 8.1 or for both (universal 8.1) need modifications to migrate to this platform.

Universal Windows Platform apps - Universal apps

UWP is not distinct from Windows Runtime; rather, it is an extension of it. Universal apps no longer indicate having been written for specific OS in their manifest; instead, they target one or more device families, e.g. desktop, mobile, Xbox or Internet of Things (IoT). They react to the capabilities that become available to the device. A universal app may run on both a small mobile phone and a tablet and provide suitable experience. The universal app running on the mobile phone may start behaving the way it would on a tablet when the phone is connected to a monitor or a suitable docking station.

Space Apps - Space Apps Project Accelerator Toolkit

In 2015, NASA released the Space Apps Project Accelerator Toolkit to the Space Apps community. The toolkit offers a resource to local Space Apps organizers to build their own community-sourced incubator to accelerate the most promising projects into sustainable innovations. The Toolkit was designed to help innovation take root in communities around the planet, planted from the seeds of NASA’s open data.

Kezie Apps

Kezie Apps (born 4 February 1991) is an Australian rugby league footballer who currently plays for the St George Illawarra Dragons in the NRLW. Primarily a, she is an Australian international and New South Wales representative.

Space Apps - Cultural References

*As a part of promotion of The Martian (film), the Ares 3: Farewell video was released on the Ares: live YouTube channel. The following crew fact was presented at 1:22 in the video for Beth Johanssen (a computer scientist played by Kate Mara) : "Won NASA's largest hackathon when she was seventeen." As Space Apps currently is NASA's global hackathon and was the world's (not just NASA's) largest in 2013, this alludes to Beth having won Space Apps.

Apps family - Second generation

Syl Apps, Jr. was originally drafted by the New York Rangers in the 1964 NHL Amateur Draft but did not make his NHL debut until 1970. That season, he was traded to the Pittsburgh Penguins, and emerged as one of the franchise's first stars. Between 1973 and 1976, Apps centered the Century Line with left wing Lowell MacDonald and right wing Jean Pronovost. He led the team in scoring three times and was named to play in the 1975 All-Star Game. Apps set a team record with 59 points in 1971-72, broke his own record in 1972-73 with 85 points, and tied that in 1973-74. Apps' best season was 1975-76, when he scored 32 goals and 67 assists for 99 points, although this was not a team record, as during this season Pierre Larouche scored 111 points and Jean Pronovost tallied 104. At the time of his retirement, he was the Penguins' career assist leader and second in goals and points.

Syl Apps - Athletic career

Apps was a strong athlete, six feet tall, weighing 185 pounds, and won the gold medal at the 1934 British Empire Games in the pole vault competition. Two years later he represented Canada at the 1936 Olympics in Berlin, Germany, where he placed sixth in the pole vault event. After watching him play football at McMaster University, Conn Smythe signed Apps to play hockey with the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Alfred Apps - Education

Alfred Apps was born in Brantford, Ontario in 1957, the son of Arthur Carlyle Apps (b. 1933) and Margaret Imogene (Gracey) Apps (1932–2005), the eldest of seven children. He spent his formative years in Woodstock, Ontario and attended high school at Woodstock Collegiate Institute.

Alfred Apps - Business background

Apps joined Fasken Martineau as an associate in 1989 and was named partner in 1991. In 1993, he withdrew from the partnership on being named CEO of The Lehndorff Group (an international commercial real estate firm with assets in Canada, the United States and Europe), where he led a 47-lender $1 billion debt restructuring and oversaw the creation of one of Canada's first Real Estate Investment Trusts.

Syl Apps - Politics

While still playing hockey, Apps ran for parliament in the 1940 federal election. He was a candidate in the riding of Brant for the National Government Party but lost to incumbent George Ernest Wood of the Liberals by 138 votes.

Syl Apps - Legacy

In 1997, Syl Apps was inducted into the Ontario Sports Hall of Fame. Unveiled by the Ontario Sports Hall of Fame on January 13, 1998, the Syl Apps Award is emblematic of Ontario's Athlete of the Year.

Roy Apps

Apps and his wife have two sons and live near Rye in Sussex.

Apps family - Syl III

Syl Apps III was a four-time letter winner for the Princeton Tigers. He was also Tigers captain in the 1998-99 season. As of the 2009-10 Princeton season, Apps is 35th on the Tigers all-time scoring list. For his career, Apps played in 122 games, scored 30 goals and registered 41 assists for a career total of 71. On March 21, 1998, Apps scored the game-winning goal that ended the third longest Princeton game. The game lasted 80:48, and Princeton defeated Clarkson by a score of 5-4 to claim the ECAC Championship. Unlike his father and grandfather, Apps III did not play in the National Hockey League. Apps III would play in the American Hockey League with the St. John's Maple Leafs, Norfolk Admirals, and Springfield Falcons. He would also play in the East Coast Hockey League with the Jackson Bandits, and the Trenton Titans. As a member of the Trenton Titans, Apps was the team captain.

Apps (surname)

Apps is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

Space Apps

Space Apps is annual NASA’s global hackathon, first held in April 2012, and serves as innovation incubation and civic engagement program. NASA and its partners put out challenges relating to current work for which space enthusiasts around the world of all backgrounds can develop innovative solutions (which can be more than just apps!), particularly focusing on use of NASA data and promoting education. The project, formerly run by NASA’s Office of the Chief Information Officer, is part of NASA's Earth Science Mission Directorate and is a part of the Open Government Initiative founded under President Barack Obama "creating an unprecedented level of openness in Government." It also fulfills the United States’ commitments to the Open Government Partnership.

Alfred Apps

William Alfred Apps (born 1957) is a Canadian lawyer, businessman and prominent activist in both the Liberal Party of Canada and the Ontario Liberal Party. Apps is associated with a number of philanthropic and charitable causes and is currently based in Toronto.

Syl Apps - Legacy

In 2001, Canada Post included Apps in a series of NHL All-Star 47-cent postage stamps.

Gillian Apps

Apps was a member of the Brampton Thunder in the Canadian Women's Hockey League until 2015 at which point she announced her retirement from professional women's hockey. App resides in Unionville, Ontario.

Adidas Running by Runtastic - Apps

Runtastic offers a range of apps that track outdoor, indoor, and fitness activities, primarily known for its namesake GPS fitness-tracking app. On 12 November 2015, Runtastic announced Runtastic Results, a bodyweight training app consisting of a 12-week customized bodyweight training plan, but also has standalone workouts that can be completed outside of the training plan. As of November 2015, Runtastic had surpassed 150 million downloads across its apps. With Runtastic mobile apps (iPhone, iPad, Android and Windows Phone), users can track their progress and set goals. The Runtastic app, the core product, tracks a variety of metrics, such as distance, time, pace, calorie consumption, and it is available in 18 languages.

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